Save your files to one of Microsoft's highly secure data centres instead of your PC. These can only be viewed by you and those you share them with.
Step 1. Decide what you'll use it for
Here are a few examples that show how your department could use OneDrive.
|If you...||You could use OneDrive to...|
|need your documents on different devices||work more flexibly by accessing your data on any device|
|share documents with others via email||give them access to your live copy to co-edit with tracked changes|
|have lost data in the past, either through accidental delete or device malfunctoin||sync your data to the cloud to ensure it is always recoverable|
Step 2. Learn the basics
Whether you prefer to learn as you go, read, or watch videos, there's a resource for everyone.
Watch a series of 1-2 minute videos to get a feel for OneDrive for Business.
Find everything from quick start guides and templates to tips and training videos.
Between the Microsoft resources and on-premise training, you'll be an Office 365 expert in no time.
Step 3. Explore upcoming features
Microsoft are always working improve OneDrive so that it meet your needs.